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Monday, February 5th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) —————————————- —————————————SHARES———- ————————————————– ——————- GERMANY: – DAX EXPECTED AT MULTI-MONTH LEVEL – The Dax (DAX 30) is likely to continue the recent downtrend at the start of the week due to the sell-off of US stocks on Friday night. The broker IG priced the German leading index around 1.1 hours lower to 12 640 points – that would be the lowest level since September. Last week, the leading German index was slightly more than four due to worries about rising interest rates Percent fell. The first and a half weeks old record high of 13 596 points has once again moved into the distant future. "More attractive yields in the US bond market are causing traders to liquidate equity positions and buy bonds," analyst David Madden of broker CMC Markets noted. The pressure on Monday morning is mainly due to poor US guidance. There, the downward pressure on Friday evening had increased again. At the end, the Dow Jones lost 2.54 percent – more than in June 2016. Since Xetra's close on Friday night, the Dow Jones futures lost just under two percent. In Asia, it was down significantly on Monday. The Japanese leading index Nikkei has recently lost 2.5 percent. USA: – CLEAR IN MINUS – The sell-off on Wall Street has come to a head on Friday after the latest labor market report. Fears of further rising interest rates drove investors out of the market in droves, as a sharp slump in the Dow Jones Industrial (Dow Jones 30 Industrial) by 2.54 percent to 25 520.96 points showed. Over the course of the week, the leading index increased its minus to more than 4 percent. He thus suffered the sharpest percentage weekly loss in two years. On a daily basis, it was the biggest drop since June 2016. The other indices were also under heavy pressure. The broad S & P 500 fell 2.12 percent to 2762.13 points. The technology-driven selection index NASDAQ 100 slipped 2.05 percent to 6760.29 points. Rising interest rate expectations triggered a wave of profit-taking after the record-breaking hunt. Manfred Bucher from BayernLB spoke the day before about an "overheated US stock market" and raised the risk of correction. Oil on the fire is now pouring into the labor market, with stronger-than-expected wage growth raising inflationary policy room for the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy leeway – a scenario in which investors lose their appetite for equities in the face of rising bond yields. Ten-year US bonds yield more than they have in four years. ASIA: – HIGH LOSSES – In Asia, equity markets fell sharply amid weak US guidance. For example, Japan's leading index, Nikkei, lost 2.5 percent, eroding all profits so far this year. The other markets were also down some of the time, with the shortfall being contained, especially in China. DAX 12,785.16 -1.68% XDAX 12,696.64 -2.10% EuroSTOXX 50 3,523.28 -1 , 51% Stoxx50 3,143.90 -1.20% DJIA 25,520.96 -2.54% S & P 500 2,762.13 -2.12% NASDAQ 100 6,760.29 -2.05% Nikkei 225 22,682.08 -2.55 % ° ———————————————— ——————————- BORROWINGS / DEVISES / CRUDE OIL ————– ————————————————– ————— PENSIONS: – CURRENT PRICE – ^ Bund-Future Closing Price 157.96 -0.13% Bund-Future Settlement 157.87 0.06% ° DEVISEN: – UNCHANGED – The euro has barely moved at the start of the week. One euro last cost $ 1,2455, about the same as on Friday evening. At the close of the week, the European common currency had come under some pressure following the publication of the US labor market report – before the announcement of the data, the euro had cost more than $ 1.25. ^ (All prices 7:15 am) Euro / USD 1.2455 – 0.05% USD / Yen 109.96 -0.13% Euro / Yen 136.96 -0.18% ° CRUDE OIL – CURRENT RATES -Brent (April delivery) 67.96 -0.62WTI (March delivery) 64.87 -0.27 / eg

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